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The Norge Vegmuseum - not what you would think. This is Norwegian for the Norway Road Museum in Lillehammer. At the moment it has a display called "Racing" - Norwegian race and rally cars and motorbikes. There is also an extensive permanent display of roading machinery, some old buildings and an underground mine that you can walk through. It was really good and an easy way to spend a few hours. Neville really enjoyed seeing some of the ...
... falling steadily. Were we to spend much time outside at all, we’d quickly get soaked as it is now coming down fairly hard. All of our traveling companions on the tour have blamed us for the rain, because they all assume any rain originates in Oregon. The mountains that surround this city are shrouded in low clouds, and it appears that the bad weather is socked in for a spell.
The trip here was another ...
Helge did so much work to locate family farms from my ancestors. I never dreamed I would have the opportunity to walk where my ancestors lived!!! And he did all this research for a total stranger! Our first stop was Svennes Farm, what an estate!!! 1 man currently lives there, can't imagine what he does with all the room. The grounds were ...
... Dala wooden horses. We were able to see an older gent carving them with the very sharp knife. Apparently, the original colour was red – blood red, so they tell us and now we know why. I made a new friend while I was in the gift shop. Keisa was a big hit with the shoppers, however, he is getting old and a little cranky now, but he didn't mind me patting him and picking him up.
We stopped ...
... made in every decade of the 20th century. We walked back through the Olympic park, which looked very different than a day before without the Birkebeiner crowds.
Norway was my longest trip beside Easter break in a few weeks. The entire trip I could not get over how beautiful it was. Being in a valley you are always aware of the horizon, but not sure how far away everything really is.